They sing the "don't take what you have for granted message" like they really do want to get the message across.
The singles strongest point though, is when the narrator get's put on overtime and goes over to sit on the bench. The other dude on the bench hasn't been able to find work which puts the the narrarator in his place. It's almost like the narrator from
Ronnie Dunn's "Cost Of Livin" is the other guy on the bench. Ha.
They nail the Little Big Town-esque harmonies on the chorus perfectly and the production doesn't get in the way of the meaningful lyrics and solid vocals.
Oh, and my new motto is "When you think you've got it bad, you can always find someone who's got it worse.
I know I won't be complaining for a while.